Your dissertation data analysis section should consist of the following:
- An in-depth description of the hypothesis and the research questions.
- A brief overview that includes; the study purpose, steps in conducting the research, description of the type of data, data collection instruments that had been used, including assumptions made during the study.
- A conclusion of every question distinctly and the intuition drew by the researcher from the analysis.
- Detailed data collected, and the numerous mathematical, statistical, and qualitative analyses performed.
- A summary paragraph with a brief review of the chapter
Some of the best practices to follow while writing the analysis section
- Once any new theme surfaces from the analysis, then the researcher should acknowledge that linking such to an appropriate conclusion drawn from the study.
- Provide a judgment and critical view for the results provided by the analysis.
- Ensure to reference the analysis with the literature review, i.e., through cross-referencing.
- Avoiding jargon and defining technical terms used in the analysis
- Ensure the introductory article explains the chapter.
- Follow a theme based structure that is the same as that of the literature review.